To observe and ensure sufficient skills by providing detailed knowledge, and live cases in a clinical setting to initiate the introduction of stenting procedures and catheter-directed thrombolysis.
Registration is limited to 20 learners. First come – first served.
Is this the course for you?
- Preferably have attended the EVF Hands-on Workshop (not required);
- Intend to update in the modern management of acute and chronic venous outflow obstruction, particularly the technique of venous stenting and thrombolysis.
Stent cases performed live with commentary. Stent technique, anticoagulation strategies, thrombolysis with stenting and patient follow-up will be discussed.
Course fee £300 includes:
- Access to meeting rooms
- Dinner first evening
- Refreshments and lunch
Provisional Programme Schedule ( subject to change):
Niels Baekgaard, Prakash Saha, Karen Breen, Adam Gwozdz, Narayan Thulasidasan, Tomasso Donati.
Wednesday 2nd Oct 2019
08:00 – Registration and Coffee
08:15 – Welcome by Mr Stephen Black
Live cases include both acute iliofemoral DVT and chronic PTS intervention
08:30 – 10:00 – Live Cases: Mr Tomasso Donati and Prakash Saha.
Live Cases 1 and 2
10:00 – 10:30 – Coffee
10-30 – 12.30 – Hands On* (venous stenting, Thrombolysis and IVUS) and Discussion
12:30 – 13:30 – Lunch
13:30 – 14:00 – Case Study Session*: Mr Stephen Black and Prakash Saha
14.00 – 14.30 – Live Cases: Mr Tomasso Donati and Prakash Saha
Live Case 3
14:30 – 15:00 – Case Study Session: Mr Stephen Black and Prakash Saha
15:00 – 15:30 – Coffee
15:30 – 17:30 – Hands on Workshops (venous stenting, PMT and IVUS) and Discussion
17:30 – Close of day 1
Thursday 3rd Oct 2019
09:00 – Registration and Coffee
09:30 – Treatment pathways and patient selection: Prakash Saha
10.00 – Treatment of acute iliofemoral DVT (Lysis and the use of IVUS): Niels Baekgaard
10.30 – Chronic PTS intervention (Stenting and the role of IVUS): Naryan Thulaisidasan
10.30 – 11.00 – Coffee
11:30 – 13:30 – Hands On (Venous Stents, PMT, IVUS)
13:30 – Evaluating inflow – Factors affecting outcome of venous stents: Adam Gwozdz
14:00 – Haematological Management and Follow Up: Karen Breen
14:30 – Thank you and close of meeting
*Hands on Components, Case Studies and Live Cases description:
The Hands-on Components and the Live Cases are designed to allow attendees to be taken step by step through the procedure and can experience using devices in a simulated environment. We will cover multiple scenarios and discuss, guided by a proctor, the procedural decision-making steps, pre and post procedure management and devices. The Case Study Sessions will comprise interactive tips and tricks sessions to discuss complications and procedural handling involving video and animations.